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Instead of focusing on what he was not able to accomplish during his first legislative session, District 40 Rep. Joseph Sanchez, D-Alcalde, said he is... [Read More]
The Rio Arriba County Commission held its first work session to discuss the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year budget Monday with Finance Department Director Christine Montaño and... [Read More]
New Mexico House District 41 Rep. Susan Herrera, D-Embudo, said she foresees a "Rio Arriba Renaissance" following the 2019 legislative session, which saw a $1... [Read More]
It was nothing short of a classic in the Class 5A big-school boys championship game. [Read More]
Given she's just a sophomore, Pecos High School's Trinity Herrera is still soft-spoken, however, her game did all the talking for her in the Class... [Read More]
The saying is "live or die by the 3." [Read More]
The Española Police Department is still dealing with the fallout from allegations made by a now-former Department officer that he was sexually assaulted by another... [Read More]
Española Police Department Det. Manuel Romero, seen here in an October 2018 photo, notified the city of Española Feb. 13 that he will claim damages... [Read More]
I am writing to express my concern about the current New Mexico Public Education Department Anti-Bullying Policy. It maintains focus on the "perpetrator, bullying behavior,... [Read More]
Any discussion regarding the two bills moving through the legislature that would create an ethics commission must begin and end with stating 75 percent of... [Read More]
Española officials say they did not notify the public until March 6 that the city's drinking water contained high amounts of a dangerous chemical in... [Read More]
It's fitting that the final week of the state's 60-day legislative session is Sunshine Week. This year we've seen more bills come from the House... [Read More]
This March 8 photo shows a notice posted inside the Santa Claran Hotel Casino warning visitors against drinking Española municipal water. [Read More]
Unfortunate students of the class of 2022 got hit Sept. 6 with a whole new set of graduation requirements from the New Mexico Public Education... [Read More]
Candidates in the upcoming General Election turned in their latest campaign finance reports Sept. 10 to the New Mexico Secretary of State's Office. [Read More]
Contamination covers about 60 acres... [Read More]
Less than a week before he lost his life driving his maroon BMW K1600GT along a stretch of highway north of Española, Greg Camp had... [Read More]
The merger of Alcalde and Velarde elementary schools was the topic of some heated discussions at the beginning of the school year. [Read More]
The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of... [Read More]
It's illustrative that the "threatened shooting" at Española Valley High School revealed a large hole in the school's and law enforcement's response plans and efforts. [Read More]
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